Digital Monopoly Early American History Edition

Grade Levels
4th - 12th
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  • Google Drive™ folder
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Have a blast playing Monopoly with your students online while reviewing important dates, people, and Events from American and Texas History through the Civil War.

This product contains 5 files: Game Board, Rules and Directions, Bank and Properties Spreadsheet, Digital Wild Cards, Printable Wild Cards.

Digital Monopoly Directions and Rules

There is a dice roller built into the game board that will open in a new tab.  

The player icons are movable but nothing else is.  

Players choose their game piece and place it on the GO Square.

You can assign this in Google Classroom and make it collaborative.  Then everyone should be able to move their own pieces.

The teacher needs to be the banker and use the spreadsheet to keep track of everyone's cash flow.  Bank Tab starts everyone with $1000.  The teacher should add and subtract for players as necessary. Teachers can show Banker Spreadsheet on screen to players.  Players should also keep track of their own money on scrap paper.

Properties are managed digitally on the Banker Spreadsheet.  Railroads work just like the other properties.  Set rent is paid if property is owned for the first 30 minutes.  After 20 minutes the rents double the base.  After 40 minutes the rents quadruple the base.

When a player lands on a Wild Card You can spin the wild card wheel digitally or use the printable Wild Cards.

All punishment payments go into Free Parking.

Players go in the order they are listed on the Bank ledger.

Set a timer to create an end for the game or play till one player remains.

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